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Oh this is exciting. I can across this travel journal, if you will, just a few days before picking up my new motorcycle from the dealers.
This new bike in it's self is a journey. After riding a cruiser for 28 years I have decided to cross-over to a sport bike. It will be interesting to follow my own journey over the next few months to see if there are any speed bumps and/or detours along the way. I am looking forward to this new ...
... by Mathew Delaney who turned up to the mountain wasted at lunchtime, lost his googles and got mild hyperthermia from snowboarding in nothing but a grass skirt. The night was filled with very scary looking, very drunk kiwi's sporting moko's (spelling) and stubbies.
Had a trip to Calgary to pick up Daemon's brother from the Airport, which really means shopping and eating takeaways that are nonexistent in Invermere. Calgary was actually quite a ...
... that you have not even known them for a month. Its still your life and its up to you whether you make it different or not.
Some things that I have noticed that are different about Canada though:
- The toilets have a lot of water in them and they do flush a different way
- Cheese is orange
- They have about 20 different kinds of milk
- No one locks ...
... night we had 'dinner' at the hostel and meet our bus driver as part of our Moose Tour. I say 'dinner' because it was very average... That night went out to the Bourbon Bar and had my first ever go on a mechanical bull! so much fun but got very saw muscles in very weird places... Walked home through the streets of Vancouver for the last night.
Next day we got up early for the Moose Tour - 2 hours and 3 buses later we were ...
... and I arrived amped and jacked on caffeine ready to hit the mountain I had previously spent eight weeks selling to the masses over the phone. There followed a weekend of tearing up the pow on my new board, getting better and better, meeting a load of new people and catching up with friends. By the time it came to leaving I was almost regretting not staying on but with a promise from a certain person that he would come and visit me in the Rockies, I returned to Pano with a big smile, ...